With the departure of Vince McMahon and the promotion of Triple H who now takes care of the entire creative department of the WWE, things have certainly changed and are slowly taking the right direction. As we have seen, in fact, many wrestlers have returned, many have obtained a promotion from NXT, the "son" of the King Of Kings, and have arrived in the main roster conquering the public and also a place in important storylines and so it seems to be able to be also for a very popular stable in the development brand.
PWInsider's Mike Johnson reports the following for the upcoming episode of SmackDown: “For those who have asked where the Phantom Legado has gone since leaving WWE NXT, PWInsider.com has been told that the current plan is for the group to debut for the SmackDown brand.
We're told Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde, Electra Lopez, and Raul Mendoza could appear during tomorrow's season premiere of SmackDown in Worcester, MA. Several ideas have been circulating and some of the people we spoke to believe the group will start this week." A passage of the Legado Del Fantasma had already been in the air for some time, also because the stable is one of the best in the WWE, with Santos Escobar who during the party to launch the sale of WrestleMania 39 tickets had said: "WrestleMania could only become more great because Santos Escobar and Legado del Fantasma could just make their WrestleMania debut and call this party Santos Mania!"
WWE has big plans
With this season change, WrestleVotes also reported that there should be a change coming regarding the red show's comment table: “I was told to expect a change to WWE RAW commentary with the season premiere this week.
Other minor aspects of both shows are also set to be altered." Former RAW commentator Jimmy Smith has revealed that he knew he was getting let go WWE was up after a conversation he had with Triple H. "Triple H accidentally told me before the show Monday.
He screwed up and told me [about the commentary changes]. He didn’t mean to... I go, ‘Hey, I just talked to Riddle and he gave me this line about how he out-wrestled Jon Jones twice’ and Triple H goes, ‘Okay, cool.
Give that note to Cole’ and I went, why would I have to give that note to Cole if I’m calling the match on Saturday? Oh. I’m not calling the match on Saturday. Oh, I’m probably fired."